Handful of barley


In the village of Koskenkorva, we’re forerunners of circular economy. Our distillery runs mostly on bioenergy generated by our own bioenergy power plant, we use 100% of every single barley grain, our recycling and reutilization rate is 99.9% and we’ve managed to reduce our CO2 emissions by 50%.

Our goal is to become the most sustainable vodka in the world. Focusing on more environmentally friendly farming practices and advocating for regenerative agriculture is a crucial part of this journey. After all, agriculture as a whole accounts for a significant share of all global emissions. Koskenkorva Vodka Climate Action is an important milestone on this journey and in bringing regenerative, climate friendly agriculture all the way to store shelves. Even though Koskenkorva Vodka Climate Action is our flagship product, our efforts are not limited to farming. We are also focusing on reducing the co2 footprint of our packaging as well as making our production fully carbon neutral by 2026.

Barley sack on the barley field


Koskenkorva is made of the northernmost barley in the world. The other key ingredient and one of the main reasons our vodka tastes so smooth is the 100% unfiltered and unprocessed pure spring water from Rajamäki.

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Machines in the Koskenkorva distillery


The Koskenkorva distillery has a state-of-the-art distillation process that uses 100% of the barley grain and the production runs nonstop for 350 days a year.

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A farmer at a barley field in the Koskenkorva village


Regenerative farming fights climate change by converting fields from emission sources into significant carbon sinks.

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